Q10 - I have consulted someone who works in a law firm, 2 people in HR positions from two different work places, a restaurant general manager, an engineer principal, and an architecture principal, my collogues I work with in a small firm, and my architectural mentor. The answer to this question among individual consensus, from what is practiced in various management positions say B is not the correct answer, or what is practiced in the large to small corporations to keep them from a lawsuit or what is advised from upper management to lower management. Please advise.
Q7 - Wouldn't placing a time limit on sexual harassment with a person who is on the fence about saying something hinder them from actually saying something? Also, the question is asking about discrimination and harassment. But the answer is C which only speaks to the harassment and not the discrimination. Answer B speaks to both discrimination and harassment because if I am not able to take off work for my religious holiday, it can be construed as harassment or hostile work environment or a condition of employment if I do not show up to work. I disagree with your answer C. Please help me understand what I am missing here.
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